Putting It All Into Practice: Making the Shift to Accelerate Language and Literacy
One in 10 students in U.S. public schools is an Emergent Bilingual, and that number is growing. To wrap up Emergent Bilingual Week 2022, Jennifer Hernandez leads a panel of education experts to address how the shift to differentiated instruction, and the use of edtech can move the needle for Emergent Bilingual students.
Join Kelly Forbes, president of the Oklahoma Association for Bilingual Education, Lynmara Colón, Ph.D., director of English Learner Programs and Services, Prince William County Schools, and Dr. Karen Henery, director for ESOL/Multilingual Services, Little Rock School District as they discuss the status of Emergent Bilingual students in our classrooms today, and how to accelerate both language and literacy acquisition for these students. Start watching here.
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